Can the moss and lichens on roof shingles damage my roof?


Roof moss and lichens anchor into the top layer of the shingles and remove granules.  Moss and lichens grow up into the gullets of the shingles and along edges causing them to lift and make the roof more prone to wind damage and leaks.  Acting like sponges, moss and lichens keep the roof damp causing even more growth.

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